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(Click) Toggle 

between talking 

to your team 

and all players 

(Xbox Livd 

Car reset 




> Horn/Siren 

Shift down 
J Shift up 

camera view 

7 Headlights 



Look left/right/back; 
(Click) Bring up in-game map 

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About Photosensitive Seizures 

A very small percentage of people may experience a seizure when exposed to 
certain visual images, including flashing lights or patterns that may appear in 
video games. Even people who have no history of seizures or epilepsy may have an 
undiagnosed condition that can cause these ''photosensitive epileptic seizures" 
while watching video games. 

These seizures may have a variety of symptoms, including lightheadedness, 
altered vision, eye or face twitching, jerking or shaking of arms or legs, disorien- 
tation, confusion, or momentary loss of awareness. Seizures may also cause loss of 
consciousness or convulsions that can lead to injury from falling down or striking 
nearby objects. 

Immediately stop playing and consult a doctor if you experience any of these 
symptoms. Parents should watch for or ask their children about the above 
symptoms— children and teenagers are more likely than adults to experience 
these seizures. 

The risk of photosensitive epileptic seizures may be reduced by sitting farther 
from the television screen, using a smaller television screen, playing in a well-lit 
room, and not playing when you are drowsy or fatigued. 

If you or any of your relatives have a history of seizures or epilepsy, consult a 
doctor before playing. 

Other Important Health and Safety Information The Xbox Instruction Manual 
contains important health and safety information that you should read and 
understand before using this software. 

Avoid Damage to Your Television 

Do not use with certain televisions. Some televisions, especially front- or rear- 
projection types, can be damaged if any video games, including Xbox games, are 
played on them. Static images presented during the normal course of game play 
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Introduction 2 

Profiles 3 

Main Menu 4 

Game Modes 5 

Game Controls 6 

Game Screen 8 

Navigation 10 

Work Undercover 11 

Multiplayer Mode 12 

System Link 14 

Xbox/fVe™ 15 

Paris 22 

Washington D.C 24 

Music 26 

Options 28 

Locked Vehicles 29 

Dieter Kleinmann 30 

Credits 31 

Warranty 32 

Technical Support 33 



Urban racing isn't easy. 

Lampposts. Pesky garbage cans. Traffic. And those pedestrians! 
Who do they think they are just walking on the sidewalk like 

But, youVe brave. And crazy. And, that's impressive. 

VouYe welcome. 

Welcome to Midtown Madness J. Here, you have the freedom 
to drive what you want, where you want, how you want, and— 
through the power of Xbox Live™— with whomever you want. No 
set course through checkpoints, just you, making your own 
decisions on how to win races through real cities in real vehicles. 

In addition to the insane urban racing youVe come to expect 
from Midtown Madness, this game has new vehicles, new cities, 
new multiplayer games, a new Work Undercover mode, plus Xbox 
Live... so rest assured you spent your money wisely. 

To quote the legendary Dieter Kleinmann: "Eines Tages werden wir 
in einer Welt Rennen fahren, in der alle Rennstars Sauerkraut und 
Wurste umsonst bekommen! ,, * 

Profiles make it possible for you (and anyone else using your 
Xbox console) to track your individual progress while playing 
Midtown Madness 3- If you want to switch, rename, delete, or 
create profiles, select Profiles from the Main Menu. 

What the Heck Do Profiles Remember? 

© your progress in Career mode 

(§) your unlocked vehicles, races, and goodies 

© your ten best Blitz race times 

© your ten best Checkpoint race times 

© the last car you used 

© your Xbox Live sign-in name 

© your game settings 

© your Mom's birthday (ok, maybe not) 


*We don't know 
what that means. 

How Do I Save a Race? 

Relax. The game is saving automatically for you every time 
you accomplish something. So, start accomplishing something 
already. Really. Go. 


Let's take a look at the Main Menu. Now what youVe got here 
is choke. 

Work Undercover - Embark on your career as an undercover 
officer in Paris or a detective in Washington D.C. 

Single Race - Race against the clock in a Blitz race, make your 
opponents cry in a Checkpoint race, or just roam the city in 
Cruise mode. 

Multiplayer - Play split screen, over System Link, or on Xbox 
Live. Take on friends or foes in multiplayer-only games or 
Checkpoint races, or Cruise the city. 

Options - Set up the game the way you want it. Oh, and watch 
the behind-the-scenes bonus movie! Vips! 

Profiles - Switch, rename, delete, or create a profile to track 
your progress. Name your profile something witty, such as 

Sign In/Out - Sign in to Xbox Live so you can find other players 
and so your friends can find you. It must be fun having friends! 

Ready to race around in Blitz, Checkpoint, or Cruise mode? 

Blitz - It's a showdown: you versus the clock. Got what it takes 
to race through checkpoints in any order before the clock 
strikes zero? The time on the clock is based on the vehicle you 
pick, so there's no one to blame but yourself if you lose. 

Checkpoint - Vou versus opponents in a thrilling race to the 
finish. Vour opponents are picked based on your vehicle, and 
most don't care how they win—as long as youVe in their 
rearview mirror. Go through checkpoints in any order before 
the competition, and youVe got reason to brag. 

Cruise - Vou versus... nobody (except maybe a few cops). Cruise 
around the city, unlock hidden treasures, test your vehicles, 
and learn the streets so you can create your own routes in 
Blitz and Checkpoint modes. Set the season, time of day, 
weather, and pedestrian and cop density to your liking! 

tW »otl 

Bonjour driver. 

Zere are hidden secrets stashed in 

ze cities, so you must cruise ze streets 

to find them. Bonne char\ce\ 

The following are the default game controls. If you want to 
select an alternate setup, however, go to Controller Setup on 
the Options menu. 


The dots on the border of the 
map are distant checkpoints, not 
just dots. Not that I have any- 
thing against dots, cause I don't! 
My word! 




(Click) Toggle 

between talking 

to your team 

and all players 

(Xbox Live) 

Car reset 





Bonjour detective! 

Ze big arrow at ze top of your screen is a 

compass to ze next checkpoint on an optional 

path. Oui! If you like, you can go through ze 

checkpoints in any order. 

C'est magnif ique! 










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Toggle between talking to your 
team and all players (Xbox Live) 

Look left/right/back 

Bring up in-game map 



Shift up 
Shift down 
Change camera view 
Car reset 
Pause/ln-game menu 

Ok, so youVe playing the game and need some 
information. Like, where the heck am I going? 

Overhead Arrow 

This points like a compass to the next 
checkpoint in a suggested path, but you can 
go through checkpoints in any order. 

Blitz Clock or ' 
Checkpoint Clock 

The clock counts down in a 
Blitz race and counts up in a 
Checkpoint race. 
Oh, the drama! 

Race Position (Checkpoint Races Only) 

Am I in first place, or am I not worthy? 


Mini Map 


The Mini Map shows checkpoints 
The next suggested checkpoint blinks, 
and those youVe cleared disappear. 
Click the Right Thumbstick to 
enlarge the Mini Map. 

Ciao! The Mini Map on your screen 

automatically zooms in and out as you 

approach checkpoints. That service 

comes free of charge. Not like 

extra cheese! 

Checkpoint Counter 

How many checkpoints 
left until victory? 

Mini Arrow 

This appears when you need to 
turn if youVe following the 
suggested path. 

Damage Meter 

When your damage meter hits 100%, 
youVe toast (except in Cruise mode, 
of course). 

Speedometer with Gear 

Faster! If youVe selected manual 
shifting, use the B button to shift 
up and the X button to shift down. 

P.I., good to see you. 

I've got a tip hotter than asphalt 

in July. Click the Right Thumbstick 

when racing to enlarge the Mini 




Where the Heck Am I Going? Who Am I? 
Why Am! Here? 

This is a checkpoint. Drive through them (in any order) if you 
wanna win a race. The Checkpoint Counter in the upper-right 
corner of your screen tells you how many you have left. 

This is a location checkpoint in Work Undercover mode. For 
example, you might have to drive through the green circle 
when delivering a parcel or pizza. Green means go, so you don't 
have to stop; just drive through the circle, and keep on racing. 



Want To Get Entangled in an Exciting, 
Mysterious Plot? 

Paris* Oui, oui, work for the police as an under- 
cover detective sent to protect world-famous race-car 
driver Dieter Kleinmann. What do you get when you 
cross Dieter's lifetime achievement award with obsessed 

One answers toe socks. 

D.C.s Hop on your magic carpet, P.I., and join forces with 
a classic, old-school detective. Two famous filmmakers, 

Stephano and Michael Tortellini, are in 

town to make their latest action film. 
However, a rival hot-shot producer is 
i in town, too. Lights, camera, action— 
you know what I mean? 

This is another location checkpoint in Work Undercover mode. 
Red means stop, so you must stop within the rectangle. For 
example, you might be letting a passenger out of your car. 

How Does the Career Path Work? 

Select your city to begin your undercover career. Each city has 
seven different jobs. To move on to the next job, you must 
complete three missions in your current job. 

Pm Scared. 

Don't be. 


Here's what you can say to your friends when you school them 
in Multiplayer mode (split screen, System Link, or Xbox Live): 

How ya like me now? 


Multiplayer Game Types (System Link and Xbox Live) 

Checkpoint and Cruise modes function the same as they do 
in Single Race mode. So, check out page 5 if youVe confused. 

Capture the Gold - There's gold in the city-go snag it, and 
deliver it back to a location. But, look out— opponents can 
stop you and steal the gold by crashing into your car. Set gold 
goals or a time limit if you want a winner, or you can just play 

T^g - The goal: don't be "it" when the clock strikes zero. If 
youVe it, tag another player, so they become it. Last one stand- 
ing wins. 

Hunter - Avoid being caught by the hunter! One player starts 
as the hunter, and the others are prey. As prey is tagged by the 
hunter, that player also becomes a hunter. Last player who is 
prey wins! 

Stayaway - The goal is to be "it" for the longest amount of 
time. If youVe it, get away from the other players and avoid 
being tagged, 'cause they wanna be it, too! Set time or score 
limits if you want a winner, or you can play forever! 

Spectator Mode 

If youVe viewing a game in Spectator mode, press left or right 
on the D-pad to watch different players. 


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Race like mad with up to eight players on linked Xbox consoles. 
Vou can connect two Xbox consoles together using an Xbox 
System Link cable or up to eight Xbox consoles using an 
Ethernet hub and standard Ethernet cables. Hey— one player 
per Xbox console!! Sheesh. 

Let's Get This Party Started! 

To start a System Link game 

Connect the Xbox consoles together* 
On the Main Menu, select Multiplayer. 
On the Multiplayer menu, select System Link. 

Do one of the following: 
To host a session 

• Press the Y button to create a new game. 

• Name your game, and then select the game settings for 
your game. 

• Select your vehicle. 

To join an existing game 

• Select your friend's game. 

• If you want to change your vehicle, select Options while 
your name is highlighted. 

• Select Ready when you are ready to race. 

5. After everyone has joined and appears in the Lobby, the 
host presses Start Game to begin. 

6. When the game is over, everyone returns to the Lobby, 
and the host can either start the game over or change 
the settings to create a different match. 

Refer to your Xbox instruction manual for more information. 


Xbox Live™ is a high-speed internet gaming community where 
you can create a permanent gamer identity, set up a Friends 
list filled with your favorite opponents, see when theyVe 
online, invite them to play, and talk to them real-time while 
you race. No longer are you limited to multiplayer action when 
your friends are over—now you can find opponents 24/7 ready 
to take you on, talk some trash, and race the streets of Paris 
and D.C. To determine if Xbox Live is available in your area, go to 

Hook It Up 

To use Xbox Live, connect to a direct or shared high-speed 
connection. It's the new millennium, so put away that string 
and two cups that you call ^dial-up.^ 

Sign It Up 

Hooked up to your high-speed connection? Now you need to 
sign up for the Xbox Live service. For more information on 
that, see the Xbox Live Quick Reference card that came with 
this game, or check out If you need more help, 
call 1-800-4MV-XB0X (1-800-469-9269). 




Signing In 

When you're ready to sign in to the Xbox Live service, you can 
j either select Sign In from the Main Menu or select 
Multiplayer from the Main Menu and then select Xbox Live 

When the Xbox Live Sign In screen appears, well... sign in, genius! 
Select a gamertag. 

Multiplayer Game Types 

For more information on each type, see page 13- 

Voice Capabilities 

Not only can you play against people who aren't sitting next to 
you, but you can chat (or talk trash!) at the same time, just 
follow the instructions that came with the Xbox Communicator. 


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Xbox Live Main Menu 

When youVe in the Xbox Live Main Menu, youVe got 
decisions to make: 

Quick Match - Pick your game type, and then youVe in a game! 

OptiMatch™ - Pick your game type and city, and then view a 
list of possible games. 

Host Game - Create the game you wanna play, and then let 
others join in your party. Note: When creating a game, you can 
select Public and Friend slots. If you have Friend slots, then 
you'll need to send game invites to the friends you want to 
race against (Friend slots don't appear when searching for 

Friends - View and manage your current Friends list, and see if 
your buddy's online. 

Recent Players - View all the players from your last game. 

Appear Offline - Appear to others as though you have not 
signed in. 

Download New Content - Check to see if new goodies can be 
downloaded for Midtown Madness 3\ 



Vour Friends list can contain up to 100 other gamers whom 
youVe designated as Friends (so make sure they give you a 
birthday present). Not only does this list make it possible for 
you to send and receive game invites, it lets you check up on 
your posse as well. Vou can see if theyVe signed in, what game 
theyVe playing, and more. 

There are three ways to add a player to your Friends fist 

© In the Recent Players list, select the name of the player you 

want to add to your Friends, and then select Add Friend. 
© In the game lobby, select the player, and then select 

Add Friend. 
© From the Xbox Dashboard, select Xbox Live, then Account 

Management, then enter your friend's gamertag, and 

add them. 

If the request is accepted, then the player will be added to 

your Friends list. 

To remove a player from your ^mmk list 

1. View your Friends list from the Midtown Madness J Xbox 
Live Main Menu, from the game lobby, or from the in-game 
Pause menu. 

2. Select the friend you want to remove, and then select 
Remove Friend. 

To send a game invitation to a player on your 
Friends list while youVe in a game 

1. In the Friends list, select the name of the player you want 
to invite to a session. 

2. Select Invite Friend. 


Here are a couple of cool things you can do with the Players 

d? Maybe you wanna send good or bad player feedback to Xbox 
Live. Simply locate that player in the Players list, and speak 
your mind! 

© If you play with someone who's not on your Friends list and 
you want to add them, then you can locate the player in the 
Players list and select Add Friend. 

(§) If you do not want to hear a player's voice, then you can 
silence that player by selecting them in the Players list, 
and selecting the Voice [Muted] option. Selecting this 
option will mute the player for all future games. 


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Player Options 

In the game lobby, Player Options makes it possible for you 
to do nifty things, such as add a friend, send player feed- 
back to Xbox Live, and mute a player. If you select yourself, 
you can choose to appear online or offline, change your 
vehicle, select your team, and adjust voice masking If you 
are a host, you can kick a player out of the session! 

Notes Most options are also available from the in-game 
Pause menu. Press the START button to pause the game. 

The Xbox Live Icons 

The following status icons appear in the Friends 
list, the Recent Players list, and the Midtown 
Madness 3 lobby. 

^ Vou have sent a Game Invitation successfully. 

© Vou have received a Game Invitation. 

^ Vou have sent a Friend Request successfully. 

(r) Vou have received a Friend Request. 

f Friend is online. 
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§9 Voice is muted. 






















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Music and Midtown Madness 3 

I Want To Hear My Own Musk in Midtown Madness 3\ 
First, you must create soundtracks in the Xbox Dashboard. 

What Is the Mm^kMmdl 

The Xbox Dashboard is the green screen (seen below) that you 

reach when you don't have a game disk in the console. 

How Do I Create Soundtracks in the Xbox Dashboard? 

Take out the Midtown Madness 3 disk, go to the Xbox Dash- 
board Music menu, and copy tracks from an audio CD to a 
soundtrack. For more information, refer to your Xbox console 
instruction manual. 

Let me be clear— you gotta turn on the Xbox console without 
the Midtown Madness 3 disk to copy tunes to a soundtrack. 
After youVe done creating your soundtracks, then you can put 
the Midtown Madness 3 disk back in and go to Sound Setup. 

I've Created Soundtracks on the Xbox Dashboard, 
so How Do I Get These Soundtracks into Midtown 
Madness J? 

Put the Midtown Madness 3 disk back in, and follow 
these steps: 

1. From the Main Menu, select Options. 

2. From the Options menu, select Sound Setup. 

3. From the Sound Setup menu, select 

4. Select Add to select one song at a time, or select 
Add All to select entire soundtracks. 

5. Press Left or Right to select the soundtrack. 

6. Press the A button to add the song or songs. 

7. Press the B button when youVe finished! 


Game Setup - Go here to adjust various in-game options: 

Unit System: Switch between Imperial (mph) or Metric (kph). 

Map Rotation: Switch the map from rotating to fixed. 

HUD Mode: Turn the on-screen elements (heads-up display) 
on or off. 

Language: Select your preferred language. 

Controller Setup - Choose from a few preset controller 
options. The default is my favorite, but maybe you have your 
own style. I can respect that. 

Sound Setup - Fly down the streets of Pan's to your favorite 
tunes by adding music youVe copied previously to your Xbox 
Dashboard, or adjust the different volume settings. For more 
information, see page 26. 

Track Records - View your fastest race times. Compare and 

Credits - Learn who is responsible for all this madness! 

Game Demos - See demos of other games, but hurry back—we 
miss you! 

Bonus Movie - Take a behind-the-scenes look at one man who 
stands above all others in the secret art of motion capture. 


Want To Get Your Hands on Every Vehicle in 
the Game? 

Unlocking every vehicle will take some time, but don't worry, 
there are treats along the way. Here are the basks: 

© Progress through Blitz and Checkpoint races to unlock 

© Beat all the Blitz or Checkpoint races in a city, and you'll 

unlock a vehicle. 
© Complete all missions in an undercover career job, and you'll 

unlock a vehicle. 
© Beat all the Blitz, Checkpoint, and Career races, and you 

get a super-secret car. It's worth it. 

What About Locked Paint Jobs? 

There are hidden paint jobs out in each city, and the only way 
to find them is to search high and low. Look for the hidden 
paint jobs while racing any single-player race, or select Cruise 
from the Single Race screen, and get to work! Vou can unlock 
paint jobs only for the vehicle you are driving. 

I 29 

Q & A Session with World-Famous Urban Racer 
Dieter Kfeinmann 

(from Car Racer, reprinted with permission) 

( MM3*. Thanks for taking the time to sit down with us. 

Kleinrnann: Der Schlussel zum Sieg iiegt in runden Kurven und schnellen 

MM3*. Please speak to us in English. 
Kleinrnann: Fine. 

MM3: Could you please explain your secret to urban racing? 

Kleinrnann; Well, I use the Mini Map to plot the best route, and that 
includes cutting corners and flying through parks. Then, I avoid obstacles, 
such as poles. Not only can they slow you down, but— even worse— they 
scratch the paint. There is only one good thing about obstacles- 
bumping your opponents into them! 

MM3'. So what's up with the two arrows? 

Kleinrnann; The big, yellow arrow points to the next checkpoint in a sug- 
gested, optional path. It's like a compass, so don't follow it exactly unless 
you can drive through buildings. The little arrow pops up when it's time 
to turn— if you're following the suggested path. Sometimes, I ignore 
them both! 

MM3; What if the next checkpoint you want is behind you? 

Kleinrnann; That's when you use the handbrake 
for a quick 180! Oh, it's fun, but make sure 
you haven't eaten schnitzel beforehand. 

MM3; What's the best part about racing? 

Kleinrnann: Winning. And the 
free schnitzel. 

DICE Credits 


Johan Dohl 
Andreas Axelsson 
Lead design 
Andreas Roman 
Lead Programming 
Joakim Grundwall 
Mattias Gruvman 
Lead artist 
Robert Runesson 
Audio lead 
Olof Gustafsson 
Al Programming 
Patrik Pafvelsson 
Jim Tilander 
Gameplay Programming 
Thomas Andersson 
Graphics Programming 
Andreas Bnnck 
Jimmie Eriksson 
Darnel Hansen 
Menu Programming; 
Andreas Axelsson 
Network Programming 
Peter Bjorklund 
Physics Programming 
Mattias Gruvman 
Sound Programming 
Erik Pettersson 
Johan Hojskeld 
Vidar Nygren 

Anders Caspersson 
Jonas Levin 
Gustav Tilleby 
Paris Artwork 
Torbjorn Maimer 
Magnus Andersson 
Kn'stina Hegethorn 

Washington Artwork 

Carl Henriksson 
Kenny Magnusson 
Lars Nordbeck 
Maja Hallinder 
Roger Bjorn 

Markus Nystrom 
Additional Art 
Carl Helgesson 
Charlotte Heyman 
Peter Narkaniemi 
Robert Hallwood 
Level design 
Niklas Larsson 
Gameplay design 
Olof Gustafsson 

Andreas Roman 

Sound designer 
Carl Hansson 
Music composer 
Olof Gustafsson 


Lead Program Manager 

Christina Chen 
Program Manager 
Stephen Hui 
Test Lead 
Christian (Squido) 
Art Director 
Kiki Woffkill 
Art Lead 
Mark Peasley 
Story & Content Lead 
Audio Director 
Andre Hoth 
Technical Editor 
Beth Demetrescu 

Product Planner 

Alfred Tan 

Lead Product Manager 

Raja Subramom' 

Product Manager 

Scott Lee 

Assoc. Product Manager 

Adam Kovach 


Jay Adams 

Scott Branston o 

Dan Tunnel 

Dominic Patsula o 

Gregory Murphy 

Paul Pedersen o 

Rahsaan Shareef 

James Sweet o 

Aki'Shiba o 

Hi'royasu Mi'mura 

Satoru Arao 

Paul Peacock 

Dustan Gourlie 

User Testing Specialist 

Keith Steury 

Localization PM 

Jenni Gant 

Development Lead 

Phil Teschner 



Kazuyuki Shibuya 

Licensing Manager 

Kathy Kim 

Licensing Coordinator 

Frances King o 

Game Artist 

Jennie Chan 

Vehicle Recording 

Tawm Perkowski 

Gordon Hempton 

Peter Comley 

Alexandre Gombert 

Music Composition 

Big Idea Musk Production 

THom Productions 

Audio Content 

Justin Wood 
Joel Robinson 
Content Coordination 

Todd Van Home • 
Demse Hei'mel o 
Print Production 

Chris Lassen 


Jeff Koontz, Sr., 


Jama Cantrell, 


Sue Stickney, 


Judy Weston, Sr. 


Mary Heuett, 


Juli'en Horn, Avocat au 

Barreau de Paris, DE 



Special thanks: 

Ed Fries, Phil Spencer, 
Shane Kim, Norman 
Cheuk, Pete Parsons, 
AJ Redmer, Bi'll Nielsen, 
Shannon Lofti's, Greg 
B.Jones, Howard Phil- 
lips, Chris Satchell, 
Jeremy Los, Danya 
Hanks, Exequo 

See the in-game 
credits for a 
complete list of the 
Midtown Madness 3 
team members! 

o = Volt 

o = Kelly Services Inc. 
• = S&T Onsi'te 
o = ORIFA, Inc. 
o = Japan Convention 



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